Uptodown Android


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Uptodown's official app is your direct access to full app descriptions, screenshots, and of course—free Android apps; providing an open and immersive experience with all the latest updates and rollback versions of any Android app.

Any Content: No Limits: betting apps, multimedia apps and much more.

Any Country: Open, global access. No regional limitations or political restrictions.

Any Device: You don't need Google Play services to download apps. Using Uptodown you can safely download and install any app right from your browser—no matter what your device is.

Any User: No Google registration required. No email accounts. No credit card information. Just you and your apps.

From Uptodown's main interface for Android, you'll get daily features and news on groundbreaking Android apps along with major updates. Browse any of the available Android categories: video games, messenger apps, video players, office software, etc. No matter which free Android app you're looking for, you'll find it here.

Uptodown has thousands of APKs. Now you can access previous versions of most apps. Plus, you'll find games and tools that aren't on Google Play. That means you can install older (and possibly more stable) versions of practically any app. All you have to do is scroll down to the bottom of any file description to see all its available versions.

Thanks to this feature, Uptodown Android lets you install rollbacks for any app on your phone. For example, let's say you just updated Facebook to its latest version, but you're unhappy with it. No problem. You can just replace it with an earlier version from its file on Uptodown.

Uptodown Android is a unique alternative to app stores like Google Play. Not only can you download thousands of different free apps, but you'll also get instant access to older versions of any app. Plus, Uptodown only displays neutral content rather than the promo descriptions and media files where developers try to sell you on their apps. Thanks to our honest, straightforward reviews, you'll be in the know about any app at a glance, so you know exactly what you're downloading.
By Erika Okumura
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The global cyberattack of this past weekend has infected thousands of users' machines with so-called ransomware. It involves a process by which the attacker infects data stored on the device and encrypts it, blocking access until a monetary ransom is paid to recover it. Though this kind of malware has so far only appeared on desktop computers, the Android platform is still susceptible to infection by ever more common attacks.
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10 free open source apps for Android

Though most Android apps are free, that doesn't necessarily mean they're open source or freely distributed. There are tons of quality alternatives to the most popular commercial apps out there. Open source apps are by their very nature more secure and customizable than others of vaguer origins. The website Droid-Break has compiled the best free open source apps for Android. These are some of our faves from among its recommendations.
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Our picks: Top 10 Android games of 2016

A few days ago we posted a list of our most downloaded Android games of 2016. Now we turn our attention to a collection of our best titles according to our own criteria – where we don't always assume that the most successful is the best. Though for the most talked-about titles like Pokémon GO and Clash Royale there's unanimity of opinion, tons of other games also deserve a bit of attention for being the most original and fun of the year.
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